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Decision 79-A

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Applicant
Great Canadian Oil Sands Limited
Application Number
780318
Title
Decision on application by Great Canadian Oil Sands Limited, 1979 (Oil and Gas Conservation Act, part 8)
Date
1979
Title
Decision on application by Great Canadian Oil Sands Limited, 1979 (Oil and Gas Conservation Act, part 8)
Date
1979
Applicant
Great Canadian Oil Sands Limited
Application Number
780318
Hearing Panel
Bohme VE
Evans RG
Kupchanko EE
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Great Canadian Oil Sands
Oil mining
Suncor plant
Oil sands oil recovery
Oil sands project
Air quality
Athabasca River
Benefit cost analysis
Delayed coking
Effluent
Emission
Environmental impact
Expansion
Material balance
Mine design
NTS 74E
Open pit mining
Overburden ratio
Plant design
Pollution control
Recovery factor
Socio-economic effect
Sulphur dioxide
Sulphur recovery
Surface mining
Upgrading
Waste disposal
Water quality
Legal References
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S43
Notes
ERCB report 79-A on application No. 780318 to amend approval No. 1944 to modify and expand existing facilities located in TP.92-93, R.10, W4M; Board hearing 1979-01-30/31
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Decision 79-E

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision2340
Applicant
ESSO Resources Canada Limited
Application Number
770866
Title
Decision on application by Esso Resources Canada Limited, 1979 (Oil and Gas Conservation Act, Section 43 and Coal Conservation Act, Section 27)
Date
1979
Title
Decision on application by Esso Resources Canada Limited, 1979 (Oil and Gas Conservation Act, Section 43 and Coal Conservation Act, Section 27)
Date
1979
Applicant
ESSO Resources Canada Limited
Application Number
770866
Hearing Panel
DeSorcy GJ
Berkowitz N
Bohme VE
Solodzuk W
Isbister WD
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Cold Lake area
Cold Lake heavy oil project
Heavy oil project
Steam injection
Oil sands project
Thermal recovery
Viscous oil recovery
Benefit cost analysis
Bituminous deposit
Coal - fuel
Environmental impact
IL-OG-74-05
Flexicoking
Industrial development permit
Manufactured crude oil
Material balance
Natural gas - fuel
NTS 73L
Recovery factor
Reserve
Socio-economic effect
Upgrading
Waste disposal
Waste water
Water supply
Well spacing
Legal References
Coal Conservation Act S27
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S43
Notes
ERCB Report 79-E on application no. 770866 to produce and upgrade crude bitumen and for an industrial development permit to use coal as a fuel for the project (TP.64-65, R.3-4, W4M); Board hearing 1978-09-05 adjourned to 1978-12-04 through 1978-12-20 and 1979-01-03 through 1979-01-08 and 1979-05-29/30/31; Report 81-C on application (Application no. 800664) to change makeup fuel and ERCB Decision D83-21 for later application (No. 830620) for phased development of the project
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Decision 79-H

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Applicant
Alsands Project Group
Application Number
780724
790191
Title
Decision on application by Alsands project group, 1979 (oil sands surface mining and upgrading scheme) Alsands Fort Mcmurray project
Date
1979
Title
Decision on application by Alsands project group, 1979 (oil sands surface mining and upgrading scheme) Alsands Fort Mcmurray project
Date
1979
Applicant
Alsands Project Group
Application Number
780724
790191
Hearing Panel
Berkowitz N
Strom NA
Kupchanko EE
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Alsands project
Electric power project
Oil mining
Oil sands oil recovery
Oil sands project
Benefit cost analysis
Dragline
Drainage
Electric power plant
Environmental impact
Fluid coking
Gasification
Hot water process
Industrial waste
Land reclamation
McMurray Fm
Mine design
Municipality
NTS 74E
Reclamation
Regional planning
Socio-economic effect
Surface mining
Tailings
Oil sands reserve
Upgrading
Waste disposal
Waste water
Legal References
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S7
Hydro and Electric Energy Act S14
Oil and Gas Conservation Act S43
Notes
ERCB report 79-H on application No. 780724 for oil sands surface mining and upgrading scheme (TP.95-96, R.9-11, W4M) and on application No. 790191 for associated power plan; Board hearing 1979-06-19 thru 1979-07-05; addenda - Jan. 7, 1980 attached; see earlier related Decision ERCB report 74-H
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Decision 91-AA

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Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Title
OSLO project : A commercial oil sands project
Date
1991
Title
OSLO project : A commercial oil sands project
Date
1991
Applicant
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Land reclamation
Mining geology
Oil mining
OSLO project
Oil sands oil recovery
Oil sands project
Upgrading
Fort McMurray area
Economic analysis
Socio-economic impact assessment
Notes
interim report of the OSLO application review team
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Decision 99-08

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Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Shell Canada Products Limited
Application Number
980137
980337
Title
Decision 99-08: Shell Canada Limited application to construct and operate an oil sands bitumen upgrader in the Fort Saskatchewan area and Shell Canada Products Limited application to amend refinery approval in the Fort Saskatchewan area
Date
1999
Title
Decision 99-08: Shell Canada Limited application to construct and operate an oil sands bitumen upgrader in the Fort Saskatchewan area and Shell Canada Products Limited application to amend refinery approval in the Fort Saskatchewan area
Date
1999
Applicant
Shell Canada Limited
Shell Canada Products Limited
Application Number
980137
980337
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Mink FJ
Lillo HO
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Air quality
Environmental impact
Fort Saskatchewan area
Industrial development permit
Land use
Noise (sound)
NTS 83H
Sulphur recovery
Oil sands oil recovery
Upgrading
Legal References
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Oil Sands Conservation Act S13
Notes
EUB Decision D99-08 on application 9980137 by Shell Canada Limtied to construct and operate an oil sands bitumen upgrader on Shell's property adjoining the existing Scotford refinery (Section 31 and 32, 55-21 W4M) to process bitumen from Shell's proposed Muskeg River Mine; and on application 980337 by Shell Canada Products to amend the existing Scotford refinery approval (IDP 89-10) for the processing of 3.75 million cubic metres per year of sour conversion feedstock;
Board hearing (Josephburg): 1998-10-26/27/28
Interveners
Strathcona County
Zayac, W.
Demeule, N.
Schotte, E
Dzurny, A.
Corridor Pipeline Limited
Redwater Water Disposal Company Limited
Lakeland Regional Health Authority
Location
##-31-055-21W4
##-32-055-21W4
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Decision 2004-05

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Applicant
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Application Number
1273113
Title
Decision 2004-5: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, application for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, and bitumen upgrading plant in the Fort McMurray area (Horizon Oilsands project Joint panel report of Alberta Energy and Utilities Board and Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency)
Date
2004
Title
Decision 2004-5: Canadian Natural Resources Limited, application for an oil sands mine, bitumen extraction plant, and bitumen upgrading plant in the Fort McMurray area (Horizon Oilsands project Joint panel report of Alberta Energy and Utilities Board and Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency)
Date
2004
Applicant
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Application Number
1273113
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Houlihan RN
Kupfer G
Hearing Type
Board
Joint
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Bitumen
Environmental impact assessment
Fort McMurray area
NTS 83H
Oil mining
Upgrading
Legal References
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act 1992
Oil Sands Conservation Act S10
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Notes
Also available in French
Interveners
Deer Creek Energy Limited
Theriault D
Montemurro M
Hackbarth D
Mikisew Cree First Nations
Schindler D
Byrne J
Brownlee J
Kienzle S
Komers P
Waquan A (Chief)
Courtorielle W
Courtorielle S
McKay R
Waquan MR
Marten T
Oil Sands Environmental Coalition
Kitagawa M
Woynillowicz D
Dort-McLean A
Fort McKay First Nation
Metis Local 122 (Fort McKay)
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
Fort McMurray Medical Staff Association
Marlboro Environmental Committee
Brandenburg
Sierra Club of Canada
Dastous C
Dastous M
Shell Canada Limited
Suncor Energ Inc.
Imperial Oil Resources
ExxonMobil Canada
Syncrude Canada
UTS Energy Corp.
Birch Mountain Resources Ltd.
Government of Canada
Environment Canada
Fairbairn M
Bates-Frymel L
Norton MR
Brownlee B
Lindeman D
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Majewski D
Thomson A
Courtney R
Makowecki B
Shamess J
Walker D
Huber W
Natural Resources Canada
Browning GR
Cliffe MK
Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Alberta
Yoshisaka D
de la Chevrotiere C
Marriott P
Boyd M
Barrett R
Bodo K
Chabaylo R
Rhude L
McEachern P
Singh K
Hale C
Wood Buffalo First Nation
Campbell RSJ
Castor W
Cree E
Woodward R
McDonald D
Chipewyan Prairie First Nation Industrial Relations Corporation
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
CNRL must do the following as conditions of approval: On or before December 31, 2007, submit to the EUB for its review and approval a report on the southwest area lease boundary containing a comprehensive evaluation of the lease boundary geology and reserves, geotechnical conditions, alternative mining scenarios and impacts, and associated costs, in accordance with Section 3.1 of EUB ID 2001-7 (Section 7.1.3). At least five years prior to mining at the southeast lease boundary but no later than December 31, 2010, submit to the EUB for its review and approval a report on the southeast area lease boundary containing a comprehensive evaluation of the lease boundary geology and reserves, geotechnical conditions, alternative mining scenarios and impacts, and associated costs, in accordance with Section 3.1 of ID 2001-7 (Section 7.1.3). At least six months prior to the construction of the plant site, submit to the EUB for its review and approval a report documenting efforts that have been taken to optimize the plant site area with respect to the minimization of resource sterilization (Section 7.2.2). At least six months prior to field preparation, submit to the EUB for its review and approval detailed geotechnical designs for all external overburden disposal areas (Section 7.3.2). At least five years prior to mining at the final pit wall but no later than December 31, 2016, submit to the EUB for its review and approval a report evaluating the mineable oil sands ore quality and nonrecoverable quantity in the east final pit wall area adjacent to the Athabasca River, and a detailed geotechnical stability evaluation of the final east pit wall location (Section 7.5.2). Beginning with the September 2004 annual mine plan, submit to the EUB the details of the MOPP testing (Section 7.6.2). At least six months prior to beginning mine depressurization activities, submit to the EUB for its review and approval a monitoring plan to detect basal aquifer pressure changes at the lease boundary with DCEL (Section 7.7.3). On or before February 28 of each year following start-up of mine depressurization activities, or such other date as the EUB may stipulate, submit to the EUB a report on the results of the basal aquifer monitoring program at the lease boundary with DCEL (Section 7.7.3). Within one year of project approval, satisfy the EUB on the need, or otherwise, to monitor the effects of depressurization and injection activities along the northern and western boundary of mining activities (Section 7.7.3). On an annual average basis, limit diluent losses to tailings and the scheme to not more than 4.0 volumes per 1000 volumes of bitumen production, unless it can satisfy the Board that a limit of 4.3 volumes per 1000 volumes of bitumen production is appropriate (Section 8.2.3). Not discharge any untreated froth treatment tailings to the tailings area (Section 8.2.3). Every five years commencing February 28, 2010, or such other date as the EUB may stipulate, submit to the EUB a report on the feasibility of coke use and sales potential (Section 9.13). On or before February 28, 2005, and every year thereafter, or such other date as the EUB may stipulate, submit to the EUB a progress report summarizing
research and development on solid tailings technologies, and
modifications to the existing tailings plan to ensure a trafficable landscape, rapid progressive reclamation and to eliminate the need for long-term storage of fluid tailings (Section 10.1.3). Two years prior to planned start-up, or such other date as the EUB may stipulate, submit to the EUB a report summarizing the engineering design and operating plans for the NST system (Section 10.1.3). On or before February 28 of every year following start-up, or such other date or frequency as the EUB may stipulate, submit to the EUB a report summarizing for the preceding year the performance of the NST system, including reasons for deviations from design (Section 10.1.3). Within one year of project approval, satisfy the EUB on the need, or otherwise, to monitor for potential effects of injection activities on the depressurization needs of other developments in the regional study area (Section 12.7). Include in the project area a minimum setback of 250 m from the edge of the wetted width of the Athabasca River during spring flow, excluding the water intake facility (Section 15.6).
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Decision 2004-110

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3938
Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Title
Decision 2004-110: BA Energy - Prehearing meeting and application to construct and operate an upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2004
Title
Decision 2004-110: BA Energy - Prehearing meeting and application to construct and operate an upgrader in Strathcona County
Date
2004
Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Hearing Panel
Berg AJ
Dilay JD
Miller GJ
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Construction permit
Environmental impact
Guide 31A
Health
Interveners cost
NTS 83F
Public interest
Safety
Strathcona county
Upgrading
Legal References
Energy Resources Conservation Act S28
EUB Rules of Practice S50
Interveners
Northeast Strathcona County Residents
Astotin Creek Residents' Coaltion
Government of Alberta
Shell Canada
Inter-Pipeline Fund
Strathcona County Taxpayers Association
Northwest Upgrading
Murray J
Klimek J
Fitch G
Moore J
Stepaniuk D
Gin G
Burns G
Bertsch D
Location
10-15-056-21W4
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Decision 2005-31

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision3954
Applicant
Alberta Electric System Operator
Application Number
1346298
Title
Decision 2005-031: Alberta Electric System Operator - needs identification document application Edmonton-Calgary - 500 KV electric transmission facilities
Date
2005
Title
Decision 2005-031: Alberta Electric System Operator - needs identification document application Edmonton-Calgary - 500 KV electric transmission facilities
Date
2005
Applicant
Alberta Electric System Operator
Application Number
1346298
Hearing Panel
McCrank MN
McManus BT
DeSorcy GJ
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Decision D2004 48
Electric power plant
Electric power transmission
Expansion
Transmission
Transmission administrator
Transmission corridor
Upgrading
Legal References
Electric Utilities Act S34
Interveners
AltaLink
TransAlta Corporation
TransCanada Energy Ltd and NortherLights Transmission
AltaGas Power Holdings
Independent Power Producers
Luscar Ltd
ATCO Electric
Benign Energy Canada
City of Calgary
EPCOR
Industrial Power Consumers Association of Alberta
Alberta Direct Connect Consumer Association
Alberta Department of Energy
Wood D
City of Lethbidge
Aboriginal Communities
Approval
Approved
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Decision 2005-79

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4024
Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Title
Decision 2005-079: BA Energy Inc.:Application to construct and operate an upgrader - Strathcona, Fort Saskatchewan
Date
2005
Title
Decision 2005-079: BA Energy Inc.:Application to construct and operate an upgrader - Strathcona, Fort Saskatchewan
Date
2005
Applicant
BA Energy Inc.
Application Number
1347899
Hearing Panel
Berg AJ
Houlihan RN
Miller GJ
Hearing Type
Board
No Hearing
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Construction permit
Decision D2004-110
Emergency Response Plan
Environmental impact
Fort Saskatchewan field
Human factor
NTS 83H
Operating
Sulphur recovery
Oil sands oil recovery
Upgrading
Legal References
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Interveners
Northeast Strathcona County Residents
Astotin Creek Residents' Coalition
Government of Alberta
Shell Canada
Inter-Pipeline Fund
Strathcona County Taxpayers Association
Northwest Upgrading
Murray J
Veltman H
Veltman I
Radke J
Radke K
Bartlett T
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 3 APPROVAL CONDITIONS This section is provided for the convenience of readers. In the event of any difference between the conditions in this section and those in the main body of the decision, the wording in the main body of the decision shall prevail. The following conditions are from Section 7 of the decision report. 1) BA Energy’s application for the use of lime addition technology as the sole means of sulphur recovery for the first phase of the Heartland upgrader is denied. 2) Primary sulphur recovery for the first phase of the Heartland upgrader will be based on Claus sulphur recovery technology, as described by BA Energy in Application No. 1347899. 3) Sulphur recovery for the Heartland upgrader will comply with the sulphur recovery requirements outlined in EUB Interim Directive (ID) 2001-3: Sulphur Recovery Guidelines for the Province of Alberta and any subsequent revisions. 4) Installation of lime addition sulphur technology as a demonstration project for the first phase of the Heartland upgrader is approved. 5) Three months prior to testing of lime addition technology, BA Energy must submit to the Board and to AENV, for their approval, any information that the Board requires and any information that AENV requires. The information that the Board requires must include, as a minimum, an operating plan that details how BA Energy will test its lime addition technology, how it will continue to meet its air emissions limits during the testing period, and how it intends to report its operating results, its air emission performance, and any other operating criteria as requested by AENV or the Board. 6) If BA Energy chooses to install lime addition technology for the first phase of its Heartland upgrader project and it can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board and AENV its claims as outlined in Application No. 1347899, then the Board, on application by BA Energy, would be prepared to reconsider its decision on sulphur recovery for additional phases of development.
Location
##-10-056-21W4
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Decision 2006-112

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Applicant
Suncor Energy Inc
Application Number
1391211
1391212
Title
Decision 2006-112 : Suncor Energy Inc. application for expansion of an oil sands mine (North Steepbank mine extension) and a bitumen upgrading facility (Voyageur Upgrader) in the Fort McMurray area
Date
2006
Title
Decision 2006-112 : Suncor Energy Inc. application for expansion of an oil sands mine (North Steepbank mine extension) and a bitumen upgrading facility (Voyageur Upgrader) in the Fort McMurray area
Date
2006
Applicant
Suncor Energy Inc
Application Number
1391211
1391212
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Nichol JR
McGee TM
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Bitumen
Environmental impact assessment
EUB Directive 056
EUB ID 2001-07
EUB IL 89-04
EUB IL 96-07
Fort McMurray area
NTS 83H
Recommendation
Risk
Steepbank Mine
Oil sands project
Upgrading
Legal References
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Energy Resources Conservation Act
EUB Rules of Practice
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Oil Sands Conservation Act S10
Oil Sands Conservation Act S13
Interveners
Athabasca Chipewayan First Nation
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Clearwater River Paul Cree Band #175
Fort McKay First Nation
Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Limited
Mikisew Cree First Nation
Oil Sands Environmental Coalition
Shell Canada Limited
Synenco Energy Inc
Wood Buffalo First Nation
Wood Buffalo Metis Locals Association
Northern Lights Health Region
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Alberta
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS Conditions generally are requirements in addition to or otherwise expanding upon existing regulations and guidelines. An applicant must comply with conditions or it is in breach of its approval and subject to enforcement action by the EUB. Enforcement of an approval includes enforcement of the conditions attached to that approval. Sanctions imposed for the breach of such conditions may include the suspension of the approval, resulting in the shut-in of a facility. The conditions imposed on the approval are summarized below. In the event that there is a discrepancy between this summary and the condition as set out in the main body of the decision report, the wording in the main body of the report shall prevail.
Suncor shall submit for EUB approval the detailed geotechnical designs for the External Overburden Disposal structure and the In-pit Overburden Disposal structure along the Steepbank River at least six months prior to field preparation in these areas.
Suncor shall submit for EUB approval a finalized plan for mining at the lease boundary between the NSME and Lease 29 five years prior to mining at this lease boundary. The plan should address the lack of drilling information on Lease 29 and contain a comprehensive evaluation of the lease boundary geology and reserves, geotechnical conditions, alternative mining scenarios and impacts, and associated costs, in accordance with Section 3.1 of ID 2001-07.
Suncor shall meet a lower requirement for its annual diluent losses. The lower diluent loss limit of 4.0 volumes of diluent per thousand volumes of bitumen will take effect November 1, 2008.
Suncor shall not mine oil sands from the North Steepbank Mine Extension that meet the requirements under ID 2001-07 until - it meets a CT efficiency of 76 per cent on a quarterly basis not later than the first quarter of 2009, - Pond 8 tailings storage is available for the deposition of CT, and - commercial CT production commences from the Millennium Extraction Plant.
Suncor shall provide to the Board detailed information on the ability of the CT stored in its tailings ponds to provide a trafficable surface for reclamation. This information should include annual pond surveys, sampling data, vane shear testing, and other information as specified by the Board.
Suncor shall provide detailed plans on the incorporation of supplementary tailings techniques to reduce Suncor’s MFT inventory in its annual tailings plan beginning in 2007.
Suncor shall provide an annual update of its efforts to coordinate mine planning and closure with other operators in terms of landform design, drainage, and material balances as part of its annual mine plan reporting.
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Decision 2006-114

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Applicant
Alberta Electric System Operator
Application Number
1439224
1443360
1431899
1445441
1441569
1439596
Title
Decision 2006-114 : Alberta Electric System Operator, needs identification document application, Edmonton-Calgary, 500 kV electric transmission facilities : Request for review and variance of Decision 2005-031
Date
2006
Title
Decision 2006-114 : Alberta Electric System Operator, needs identification document application, Edmonton-Calgary, 500 kV electric transmission facilities : Request for review and variance of Decision 2005-031
Date
2006
Applicant
Alberta Electric System Operator
Application Number
1439224
1443360
1431899
1445441
1441569
1439596
Hearing Panel
McManus BT
Dilay JD
McGee TM
Hearing Type
Board
Utilities
Category
Electric power
Descriptors
Decision D2004-048
Decision D2005-031
Deregulation
Electric power plant
Electric power transmission
Expansion
Indians of North America
Transmission
Transmission administrator
Transmission corridor
Upgrading
Legal References
Electric Utilities Act S34
EUB Rules of Practice
Hydro and Electric Energy Act
Public Utilities Board Act
Interveners
United Power Transmission Area Groups (UPTAG)
Buss K
Jeffs A
Lavesta Area Group
Bodnar J
Lochend to Langdon Group (LLPG)
Laycraft JB
566 Corridor Group
Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO)
Smellie JA
Nettleton GM
AltaLink Management Ltd.
Block R
ATCO Electric Ltd.
Keogh L
Munro S
First Nations
Graves J
Benign Energy Canada Inc.
Hansford HR
City of Calgary
Evanchuck DI
Semenchuk L
EPCOR Utilities Inc.
Crowther D
Industrial Power Consumers Association of Alberta (IPCAA)
MacNamara DB
Industrial Power Producers Society of Alberta (IPPSA)
Slager A
Approval
Approved
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Decision 2007-42

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4223
Applicant
Terasen Pipelines (Corridor) Inc.
Application Number
1451729
Title
Decision 2007-042: Terasen Pipelines (Corridor) Inc. application for a pipeline lincence and associated pipeline installation Scotford upgrader to Trans Mountain pipeline terminal
Date
2007
Title
Decision 2007-042: Terasen Pipelines (Corridor) Inc. application for a pipeline lincence and associated pipeline installation Scotford upgrader to Trans Mountain pipeline terminal
Date
2007
Applicant
Terasen Pipelines (Corridor) Inc.
Application Number
1451729
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
McGee TM
Willard RJ
Hearing Type
No Hearing
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Crude oil
Pipeline licence
Transportation
Upgrading
Legal References
Pipeline Act Part 4
Notes
Pipeline route was amended
Interveners
Wright A
Simmons H
Approval
Approved
Location
07-31-055-21W4
03-05-053-23W4
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Decision 2007-58

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4236
Applicant
North West Upgrading Inc.
Application Number
1444141
Title
Decision 2007-058: North West Upgrading Inc. application to construct and operate an oil sands upgrader in Sturgeon County
Date
2007
Title
Decision 2007-058: North West Upgrading Inc. application to construct and operate an oil sands upgrader in Sturgeon County
Date
2007
Applicant
North West Upgrading Inc.
Application Number
1444141
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Warren WA
Boyler DK
Hearing Type
Board
Descriptors
Oil sands
Upgrading
Sturgeon county
Legal References
Water Act
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act S49
Energy Resources Conservation Act S26
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Municipal Government Act
Oil Sands Conservation Regulation S49
Climate Change and Emissions Management Act
Interveners
Northeast Sturgeon County Industrial Landowners (NESCIL)
Citizens For Responsible Development (CFRD)
Blake D.
Brown A.
Chichak D.
Chichak M.
Cholewa s.
Cholewa T.
Goodwin V.
Groot W.
Kiriak R.
Martin L.
Meijer R.
Nkemdirim L.
Shaw K.
City of Edmonton
Brostrom M.
Riopel J.
Tsounis P.
Vanderwel D.
Environment Canada (EC)
Fox D.
Letchford F.
Mintz R.
Norton M.
Watt C.
Smith L.
Smith R.
SV Half Diamond Ranch, SV Farms Ltd.
Smulski K.
Friends of Lamont County (FOLC)
Maschmeyer D.
Schneider W.
Alexander First Nation (AFN)
Arcand J.
Paul A.
Council of Canadians (COC)
Gorman L.
Onoway River Valley Conservation Association (ORVCA)
Northcott M.
Skinner I.
Saddle Lake Cree Nation (SLCN)
Brertton D.
Government of Alberta
Shell Canada Ltd.
Approval
Approved with conditions
Conditions
APPENDIX 2 SUMMARY OF COMMITMENTS COMMITMENTS BY NORTH WEST UPGRADING INC. Water Air ERP Noise Sulphur Traffic Liability Socioeconomic Light APPENDIX 3 APPROVAL CONDITIONS CONDITIONS
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Decision 2008-24

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4280
Applicant
Petro-Canada Oil Sands Inc.
Application Number
1490956
Title
Decision 2008-024: Petro-Canada Oil Sands Inc. application to construct and operate the Sturgeon upgrader Sturgeon County
Date
2008
Title
Decision 2008-024: Petro-Canada Oil Sands Inc. application to construct and operate the Sturgeon upgrader Sturgeon County
Date
2008
Applicant
Petro-Canada Oil Sands Inc.
Application Number
1490956
Hearing Panel
Dilay JD
Miller GJ
McManus BT
Hearing Type
Prehearing
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Environmental impact
Groundwater
Surface water
Air quality
Soil
Vegetation
Wildlife
Noise reduction
Health
Safety
Emergency response plan
Economic analysis
Socio-economic effect
Sturgeon County
Upgrading
Oil sands
Legal References
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Water Act S36
Water Act S37
Water Act S49
Water Act S50
Interveners
Alexander First Nations Industrial Relations Corporation (AFN IRC)
Northeast Sturgeon County Industrial Landowners (NESCIL) and the Citizens for Responsible Development (CFRD)
Shaw S
Shaw K
Statoil Hydro Canada
Norh West Upgrading
Suncor Energy Inc.
S.V. Farms, S.V. Half Diamond Ranch, 267554 Alberta Ltd., and the J.Smulski Estate
Hoehn R
Total E&P Canada Ltd.
Wright A
Approval
No approval required
Location
00-19-056-21W4
00-02-056-21W4
00-03-056-21W4
00-10-056-21W4
00-11-056-21W4
00-12-056-21W4
00-13-056-21W4
00-14-056-21W4
00-15-056-21W4
00-22-056-21W4
00-23-056-21W4
00-24-056-21W4
00-25-056-21W4
00-26-056-21W4
00-27-056-21W4
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Decision 2018-003

https://had.aer.ca/link/decision4558
Applicant
Value Creations Inc.
Application Number
1861615
005-203303
Title
Decision 2018-003: Value Creation Inc. applications to amend the Heartland Upgrader project approvals Alberta's industrial Heartland Area
Date
2018
Title
Decision 2018-003: Value Creation Inc. applications to amend the Heartland Upgrader project approvals Alberta's industrial Heartland Area
Date
2018
Applicant
Value Creations Inc.
Application Number
1861615
005-203303
Hearing Panel
Chiasson C
McManus RC
Ternes LJ
Hearing Type
Board
Category
Oil sands
Descriptors
Air quality
Environmental impact
Land use
Noise (sound)
NTS 83H
Sulphur recovery
Oil sands oil recovery
Upgrading
Legal References
Oil Sands Conservation Act S11
Oil Sands Conservation Act S13
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA)
Approval
Approved
Location
##-10-056-21W4
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